GERMANY: Reaction to Locarno

Under the chairmanship of President von Hindenburg the Cabinet of the Reich, in full plenary session, recorded unanimously last week its complete concurrence with the procedure of Herr Stresemann and Dr. Luther in initialing the Locarno treaties (see INTERNATIONAL). Immediately thereafter the Foreign Relations Committee of the Reichstag indicated that no opposition to the treaties need bo feared from the Central or Socialist parties, since Herr Stresemann had declared before it: "The Rhineland treaty contains nothing but renunciation of all aggressive attacks . . . and does not interfere with the...

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